Well, I made what is probably my last harvest from the 2015 season garden, even if it was in 2016. On Monday, I went out and harvesting cilantro, kale, and spinach that I planted way back in the fall. For the past few weeks they have been covered by a blanket of snow. After rain all day Sunday, they were once again available for harvest.
I’m continually amazed by the plants that can survive very cold weather and being covered by a blanket of snow. Not only were the leaves not damaged by the cold, they will be sweeter because of it. Here’s to hardy vegetables that can withstand cold temps and snow and still be available for our plates!
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